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Top Attractions in Hong Kong (Part 2 of 2)

In this second part of our series sharing Top Attractions in Hong Kong, we have sourced for more unique and beautiful attractions that you must visit when in Hong Kong.

  • Symphony of Lights

The night scenery of Victoria Harbour is beautiful as it is but if you catch the multimedia show Symphony of Lights you will be in awe.  This spectacular light and sound show is a daily sight in Hong Kong happening at 8pm.  Guiness World Records states that Symphony of Lights is the world’s largest permanent light and sound show.  Visitors can enjoy a dazzling display of well-orchestrated laser lights and music performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.


  • Temple Street Night Market

If you take the MTR to Yau Ma Tei Station or Jordan Station after sunset, take a short walk and you will be greeted with the bustling sight of Temple Street Night Market.  You can see people peddling their wares, opera singers belting out the classic opera pieces and fortune tellers.  You might have seen this popular night bazaar in some Hong Kong movies.  You can buy everything from weird medicines to counterfeit watches here.  This is a place steeped in Hong Kong history and you can really feel the local vibe here.


  • Repulse Bay

Repulse Bay sits on the southern part of Hong Kong Island and this crescent-shaped sandy beach is one of the priciest residential areas in the world and it’s definitely one of the most gorgeous beaches in Hong Kong.  Repulse Bay is a popular go-to beachside destination if you are yearning for some sun-soaked fun.  The colonial-style building, The Repulse Bay houses many shops and restaurants and it is just steps away from the beach. 


  • Stanley

If you like the laidback seaside vibe you have to head to Stanley when you visit Hong Kong.  Tourists visually visit Stanley for day trips and they can tuck into many local and global fares at the many eateries there.  Things sold at Stanley Market are generally overpriced as they are mainly catered for tourists.  You can still enjoy the bustling atmosphere here.  There’s also the Murray House which is a beautifully restored former colonial barracks.   There are a variety of restaurants and shops here.


What are the places that you must visit when you visit Hong Kong?  Share with us by commenting below.